Likely to not make production.
Motoroids has photographed the Tata Tamo C-Cube concept up close, revealing the exterior and interior from all angles. It was showcased at Future Decoded 2017, a Microsoft event, to highlight Tata Motors’ new “advanced structural technology concept”.
The Tamo C-Cube is a compact 3-door hatchback with a cab-forward design with short overhangs, incorporating a short bonnet, an evolution of Tata's 'smiling' fascia with a honeycomb grille directly flanked by angular headlamps, and a bumper-wide intake with a honeycomb mesh.
The side and rear angles of the C-Cube reveal a high waistline, sculpted haunches, and a faux side intake, small windscreen, clear-lens taillamps, and honeycomb patterns on the bumper. Inside, the C-Cube has a dual-tone red and black colour combination, and a contemporary design that matches with the exterior, although it does look spartan.
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Tamo will slightly update the C-Cube Concept by integrating Microsoft's connected car technology and showcase it at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show next month.